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Two Arrested In NW OKC Walmart Larceny

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Shannon McIntyre mug shot. Shannon McIntyre mug shot.
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Oklahoma City police arrested a woman and man for committing larceny at a northwest Oklahoma City Walmart in March.

The incident occurred around 9:20 p.m. on March 6 at Walmart, 1801 Belle Isle.

Officials said 34-year-old Shannon McIntyre and 20-year-old Kyah Hardridge selected merchandise and took the items to the self-checkout. Police said McIntyre only scanned some of the items but did not scan 114 other items. Hardridge bagged all of the merchandise, and they paid $60.22 for the scanned items. The total amount for the items that were not scanned was $683.09.

According to the affidavit, McIntrye was charged with Larceny of Merchandise from a Retailer in September 2013 and Possession of a Firearm on Supervised Probation, Concealing Stolen Property, Possession of Stolen Property and Burglary in the Second Degree in October 2008.

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